Local Performances Articles
Back for its second season, Actors Co-Op's live radio production of "It's A Wonderful Life" will transform any Scrooge and grow the heart of any Grinch
The Briton Ensemble Winter Concert Sunday night at the Atladena Community Church redeemed Christmas carols from the musical purgatory of mall music and restored to them the joyful expressions of love and community that they are
Does it simply sound sentimental to say, I love Christmas and I love going to see the same plays year after year during the holiday season!? Orange Countys South Coast Repertory believes in tradition!
The beloved science fiction writer brings his vast ideas to an intimate theatre
The El Cid goes country with Handsome Family and Junia May and the Hymns
This timeless, rarely performed baroque opera, with a running time of 4 hour and 15 minutes was composed in 1642 by Claudio Monteverdi - who could justifiably be called the godfather of opera!
In a world gone mad, only the insane make sense-- THE MADWOMAN OF CHAILLOT storms into Hollywood - a hilarious and tragic tale of greed and politics in post-Katrina New Orleans
Wendy is marrying Walter but Claudia wants Walter and Wendy wants Mitch: The ultimate parent's nightmare
The Los Angeles Opera production of "Hansel and Gretel" at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion is a triumph of design over content
DJs Paul van Dyke and Armin van Buuren headlined the all-night Halloween show at the LA Sports Arena
The Lion King was MAGICAL, COLORFUL, VIBRANT AND FULL OF LIFE! Los Angeles quickly disappeared and Africa became alive
Thumping drumbeats, pyrotechnics, fishnet stockings and acrobatic acts infused with a hint of seduction and playful vibes.
The opening acts stole the show from Mellowdrone at the Key Club on Thursday
HellCab roars into Burbank this Holiday Season at the Sidewalk Studio Theatre in this darkly comic look at society through the eyes of a Chicago cab driver
Plays about the undead have invaded LA theaters and we review two of them
THE TEN TENORS who have been seen by over 77 million people, now, for the first time are in LA at The Pantages Theatre
Theatre East's new production lets audiences chat up or confront colorful pop culture figures from the last few decades.
Doubt, which won both the Tony Award and the Pulitzer Prize for drama in 2005 will have a limited engagement at the Ahmanson Theatre of the Music Center of Los Angeles through the end of October
Les Grand Ballets Canadiens de Montreal arrived in town this week to perform theyre opening night at the The Dorothy Chandler Pavilion on Thursday 10/05
Booby Traps mammary monologues celebrate the power and problems of breasts